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Email letters, July 22, 2014

By Staff

Congress should support peaceful resolution of Iran dispute The Friends Committee on National Legislation has more information on how Congress can support a peaceful resolution of the dispute over Iran’s nuclear program at: ...


US airlines scrap Israel flights over missile fear

By The AP

Two U.S. airlines cancelled all flights to Israel until further notice, after a rocket landed near Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport. Delta Air Lines and United Airlines said Tuesday they are suspending service between the U.S. and Israel ...


10 things to know for Tuesday, July 22

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. ISRAELI DEFENSE SOURCE: ONE SOLDIER MISSING IN GAZA   The official says the IDF combatant went missing after a deadly battle over ...


Denver sheriff has misdemeanor criminal record

By The AP

DENVER — Denver’s new interim sheriff has a misdemeanor criminal record for lying to a judge about having car insurance. A state criminal background check shows that Elias Diggins was charged with attempting to influence a public ...


Rainbow Family gathering in Colorado shrinking

By The AP

RED FEATHER LAKES — A Rainbow Family gathering in northern Colorado seems to be shrinking following increased patrols by law enforcement. About 100 people had been camped near Red Feather Lakes recently but Larimer County ...


Colorado man dies after leap from Oregon falls

By The AP

ASTORIA, Ore. — Authorities say a 45-year-old Colorado man died when he jumped from Youngs River Falls near the Oregon Coast and drowned. Chief Ron Tyson of the Olney-Walluski Fire Protection District told The Daily Astorian newspaper ...


City pushes expansion of broadband, wireless

By Greg Ruland

The Grand Junction City Council directed city staff Monday to work on a communications master plan that will guide future expansion of broadband and wireless infrastructure. Grand Junction lags cities of comparable size, such as Ogden, Utah, ...


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Attorney general candidate says education key to helping Hispanics

By Charles Ashby

The Democratic candidate for attorney general made an effort to connect with Hispanic voters in Grand Junction on Monday, saying the entire community regardless of ethnicity should reach out to address their needs. Don Quick, who’s ...


California-grown fruits recalled at City Market

By Staff

Whole white and yellow peaches, white and yellow nectarines, plums and pluots sold at City Market and other King Soopers stores have been voluntarily recalled by their California-based producer, the Mesa County Health Department announced ...


Dogs that catch the car and other parables about local control

By Jim Spehar

We’ve all had one of those “be careful what you dream” moments. What we thought we wanted became real and that reality wasn’t quite what we expected. We were the dog that finally caught the car and then had to figure ...


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